This is an update to this post. Well done Officer Barrett! And a BIG thank you to our men and women in blue.
— Graham Knight (@GrahamReports) October 8, 2015
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All proceeds from the shirts support the Alexandria Foundation’s Vola Lawson Breast Cancer Memorial Fund (formerly the Walk to Fight Breast Cancer Fund), which has helped thousands of uninsured Alexandria women receive free mammograms and other diagnostic screenings since its inception in 1994.
All Alexandria Fire Department employees will wear the shirts as part of their uniform every day in October. Shirt sizes range from Adult S-XXX; short-sleeve shirts sell for $15 and long-sleeve shirts sell for $20.
Been combing through the enormous amount of messages sent to me overnight after last night’s shooting. Here’s one of the cleaner one’s from one of our readers.
Shots fired in parker grey neighborhood, police everywhere. Concentrating on Belle pre way. Sounded like 5 shots.
At approximately 11:45 PM, officers responded to the area for a shooting. The victim was located by police suffering from a gunshot wound. The victim was transported to an area hospital where he later died. The investigation is ongoing.
The victim’s identity is being withheld pending notification of next of kin.
Anyone with information about this investigation is asked to contact Sergeant David Cutting with the Alexandria Police Department at 703.746.6627.
This is the second homicide in Alexandria this year.
(Photo by Cliff, on Flickr)
“As a lifelong Democrat and as an Alexandrian, I am pleased to support Allison’s candidacy for mayor. Allison is a person of integrity with a vision for the future of our great city. I am confident that she will be ever present in our community, and will do her best to help Alexandria stay balanced and prosperous.”
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The public is invited to join the Alexandria City Council for the dedication of the Judy Lowe Neighborhood Park, located at 1 & 7 E. Del Ray Avenue in Alexandria, on Saturday, October 17, at 8:30 a.m. The dedication will be held rain or shine.
Judith “Judy” Utterback Lowe loved Alexandria and the Del Ray neighborhood. She believed intensely in preserving and enhancing a sense of community and was well known as the “First Lady of Del Ray,” because of her involvement in many civic activities. While alive, Judy appreciated the fact that it was a grassroots effort of neighborhood activists who convinced the City to buy the land at 1 & 7 E. Del Ray Ave. for the creation of a neighborhood pocket park.
For additional information, contact Jack Browand with the Department of Recreation, Parks and Cultural Activities at 703.746.5504.
(Image via Melanie Lowe Radice)